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VIOLENCIA DE GÉNERO: VÍCTIMA ENCARCELADA Y HOMICIDA EN LIBERTAD

Argentina, 16.06.2015 22:50

La encerrona trágica de Selene y Victoria



MEGACAUSA ESMA: AMENAZAS DEL GENOCIDA RICARDO CAVALLO

Argentina, 15.06.2015 22:50

Un represor intimida a medio alternativo y un testigo sufre un hecho sospechoso en la ruta



MEGACAUSA ESMA: AMENAZAS DEL GENOCIDA RICARDO CAVALLO

Argentina, 15.06.2015 22:50

Un represor intimida a medio alternativo y un testigo sufre un hecho sospechoso en la ruta



Video: Portland Human Rights Commission Meeting June 3 2015

Portland, 14.06.2015 22:49

The monthly meeting of the Portland Human Rights Commission.
Video is here: https://youtu.be/GjV0xDYx\_7o (2 hrs 30 mins)
This meeting is open to the public.

Portland Human Rights Commission Meeting June 3 2015

Public Meeting held on the first Wednesday of every month at 4:00 PM in downtown Portland.

The Portland Human Rights Commission [PHRC] website is here:
https://www.portlandoregon.gov/oehr/6

Archives of previous portland Human Rights Commission meetings and more information are available on my website here:
http://www.joeanybody.com/id4.html

An ~ Out Take "public comment" video clip from this meeting is here:
http://youtu.be/M7S0qz8XT5U

This June HRC meeting video is also on Archive (dot) org where you can watch it or download it:
https://archive.org/details/HumanRightsCommissionJune32015

The June proposed agenda was never posted by the HRC, I have a pdf copy that you can download here:
http://www.joeanybody.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/hrcagenda6.3.15.pdf

Last months meeting 5/6/15 was posted on portland indymedia here:
http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2015/05/429929.shtml



Police Body Cameras - Two Bills now in Salem | HB 2571 and HB 2704

Portland, 14.06.2015 22:49

The goings-on in Salem are hard to follow.
Those organizations (like police associations and district attorneys, for instance) who have paid lobbyists hanging out in our state house all the time have a huge advantage over ordinary folks.

So it's not a surprise, in many ways, that (for instance) SB 871, which was supposed to include a provision for an independent prosecutor when a police officer kills a civilian, was gutted of that provision and now only talks about having an agency not involved in the killing take lead in the investigation:
 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2015R1/Measures/Overview/sb871

On Monday, two bills relating to recording the police will be going back to the House floor to reconcile amendments made in the Senate. One is very beneficial to the public and in particular to copwatchers: It makes an exception to the "interception of communications" law for those taping police interactions in public places, it is HB 2704.

 https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2015R1/Measures/Overview/HB2704

It passed the house 51-8 the first time and the senate 23-6. Portland had been unique in allowing such recording because of a policy in place after Joe Anybody sued the cops in 2008.
 http://www.portlandcopwatch.org/ppr46web.pdf

The other bill is something that may be futile to try derailing, but goes against even Portland Copwatch's neutral stance on the issue of police body cameras. HB 2571 has provisions in it that will severely limit the abiilty of local jurisdictions to set their own rules on how to use the body cameras [...]



Statement from a volunteer with MLKP/YPG

Boston, 12.06.2015 22:52

This article is Google translated from Linksunten Indymedia and lightly edited by Boston IMC volunteers. We apologize for any inaccuracies this process may have introduced.



ORGANIZACIÓN GREMIAL DESDE LAS BASES

Argentina, 12.06.2015 22:50

Nace un nuevo sindicato de prensa en la ciudad de Buenos Aires



ORGANIZACIÓN GREMIAL DESDE LAS BASES

Argentina, 12.06.2015 22:50

Nace un nuevo sindicato de prensa en la ciudad de Buenos Aires



Rights Groups Sue for Proper Treatment of Hepatitis C in State Prisons

Boston, 11.06.2015 22:55

BOSTON, MA – Hundreds of prison inmates are in danger of losing their lives because the Department of Correction refuses to provide the medicine that will cure their potentially fatal disease. A class action lawsuit filed in federal court today by lawyers for the National Lawyers Guild and Prisoners Legal Services says it is Massachusetts’ legal responsibility to provide adequate medical care to state prisoners. Urszula Masny-Latos, Executive Director of the Massachusetts chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, said: “It is the responsibility of the state, which spends millions to incarcerate thousands of people, to provide adequate medical care for them. Without such care, many of them will develop serious complications of this disease, and some will die.



PARITARIAS 2015: LA HUELGA HISTÓRICA DE LOS OBREROS ACEITEROS

Argentina, 11.06.2015 22:52

“La conciencia te la da la lucha”



PARITARIAS 2015: LA HUELGA HISTÓRICA DE LOS OBREROS ACEITEROS

Argentina, 11.06.2015 22:52

“La conciencia te la da la lucha”



VIOLENCIA DE GÉNERO

Argentina, 10.06.2015 22:51

Chaco: perpetua a los acusados del femicidio de una joven qom



The Shortwave Report 6/05/15 Listen Globally!

Portland, 10.06.2015 22:50

A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet.

This week's show features stories from Radio Deutsche-Welle, Radio Havana Cuba, NHK World Radio Japan, and Sputnik Radio.

The latest Shortwave Report (June 5) is up at the website http://www.outfarpress.com/shortwave.shtml in 3 forms- (new) HIGHEST QUALITY (160kb)(33MB), broadcast quality (13MB), and quickdownload or streaming form (6MB) (28:59) Links at page bottom.

Dan Roberts
Shortwave Report-
www.outfarpress.com
YouthSpeaksOut!-
www.youthspeaksout.net



Femicidios

Argentina, 09.06.2015 22:51



HUELGA GENERAL

Argentina, 09.06.2015 22:51

Se cumple con fuerte impacto el segundo paro nacional de 2015



HUELGA GENERAL

Argentina, 09.06.2015 22:51

Se cumple con fuerte impacto el segundo paro nacional de 2015



Video Shows Salinas Police Hitting Man Already Pinned on Ground

Santa Cruz, CA, 08.06.2015 22:49

A video was posted online that shows a group of five officers with the Salinas Police Department violently hitting a man they have pinned to the ground during an arrest on North Main Street on June 5. Even though the man is on the ground and not moving, officers can still be seen hitting him with clubs. A YouTube user by the name of Richard Boxing uploaded the video with the title, "Salinas Police Wrong."



Food Front Cooperative Grocery Workers Vote Again To Unionize

Portland, 07.06.2015 22:51

On June 2, 2015, Food Front Cooperative Grocery Workers voted to rejoin United Food and Commmercial Workers Union, Local 555.
After a 6 month organizing effort, Food Front Cooperative Grocery workers voted to rejoin UFCW, Local 555. Out of a possible 91workers eligible to vote, 75 workers voted and 64 workers voted for the union. An over 80 per cent voter turn out resulted in a 85 per cent union vote.

Food Front workers had previously been a union shop for a ten year time period. In August of 2007, Food Front workers voted to decertify and ended their association with UFCW. The discussion that appeared on Portland Indy Media about the decertification is archived at:
portland.indymedia.org/en/2007/07/362674.shtml\?discuss

The unionization effort follows a controversial 7 months for the cooperative which began last November with the public airing of staff discontents in the Northwest Examiner neighborhood newspaper.  http://nwexaminer.com/co-op-crash

The subsequent coop owners concerns about the financial stability of the coop, led to the resignation of the Board of Directors chair person, the retirement of the general manager, and the use of an interim general manager from the National Cooperative Grocer consulting group. [...]

"The bottom line is that we wish to be respected, heard, treated equally and most of all supported," said Kira Davis, a store worker. "I believe that creating our union can help strengthen us. As a union, we will empower everyone through education, communication and action."



Agenda Junio 2015

Argentina, 06.06.2015 22:51



Brindó información sobre Mario Koncurat y Claudia Urondo, hija de Francisco Urondo

Argentina, 06.06.2015 22:51

Megacausa ESMA: confesó el imputado Torres de Tolosa



Brindó información sobre Mario Koncurat y Claudia Urondo, hija de Francisco Urondo

Argentina, 06.06.2015 22:51

Megacausa ESMA: confesó el imputado Torres de Tolosa



RECHAZO MASIVO A LA VIOLENCIA MACHISTA

Argentina, 05.06.2015 22:50

Ni Una Menos



Agenda Junio 2015

Argentina, 05.06.2015 22:50



RECHAZO MASIVO CONTRA LA VIOLENCIA MACHISTA

Argentina, 04.06.2015 22:51

Ni Una Menos



Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Spearhead Protest at Facebook Headquarters

San Francisco Bay Area, 04.06.2015 22:49

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence took the lead in organizing a protest held in front of Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California on June 1st. Sister Roma said that it's time Mark Zuckerberg realized that identity is fluid. She and about 100 others travelled from San Francisco and other parts of the Bay Area to Silicon Valley to send an important message to the Facebook CEO.



Latest Long Beach Police Execution: Murder of Youth In Mental Distress

LA, 04.06.2015 22:49

Long Beach Police murdered a young man who was in shock, injured from a second-story fall, and hallucinating on psychedelics on the evening of May 27, 2015. Twenty-year-old Moorpark College student Feras Morad has been described by family and friends as someone who was well-loved and who had a positive influence on those around him (as reported by Pacifica Radio).

Morad was twice shocked with a Taser before he was killed by four shots fired in quick succession at close range. LBPD have repeatedly labeled Feras a “suspect,†but have not revealed any crime he is suspected of.

Full story and pictures: Latest Long Beach Police Execution: Murder of Youth In Mental Distress by Jessica Lux



UC Santa Cruz Lecturers Mark Expiration of Contract with &quot;St. Precaria's Picnic&quot;

Santa Cruz, CA, 04.06.2015 22:49

On June 1 the Lecturer's labor contract at UC Santa Cruz expired, and union members with American Federation of Teachers Local 2199 and their supporters marked the day by picketing - and picnicking - at the base of campus. Messages in support of adjunct-faculty members and a more democratized University of California system were displayed as individuals held several large, colorful puppets. Food was served, and the day-long event was dubbed "St. Precaria's Picnic."



CENSURA A MADRES DE PLAZA DE MAYO LÍNEA FUNDADORA

Argentina, 03.06.2015 22:51

Nora Cortiñas no pudo realizar charla sobre Derechos Humanos en la Universidad Arturo Jaureche



CENSURA A MADRES DE PLAZA DE MAYO LÍNEA FUNDADORA

Argentina, 03.06.2015 22:51

Nora Cortiñas no pudo realizar charla sobre Derechos Humanos en la Universidad Arturo Jaureche



Por secuestro y torturas en 1976

Argentina, 02.06.2015 22:50

La Rioja: nueva denuncia contra Milani por su participación en el genocidio



Por secuestro y torturas en 1976

Argentina, 02.06.2015 22:50

La Rioja: nueva denuncia contra Milani por su participación en el genocidio



Ayotzinapa vive! - Com debate e sarau, Caravana 43 pela América do Sul passa por São Paulo nos dias 2 e 3 de junho

CMI Brasil, 02.06.2015 22:10

No están solos!



RONDA PARITARIA: ROMPIENDO EL TECHO SALARIAL

Argentina, 31.05.2015 22:50

Triunfo de los obreros aceiteros: 36% de aumento a los salarios



ROMPIENDO EL TECHO SALARIAL DEL GOBIERNO Y LA BURGUESÍA

Argentina, 31.05.2015 22:50

Triunfo de los obreros aceiteros: 36% de aumento a los salarios



ROMPIENDO EL TECHO SALARIAL DEL GOBIERNO Y LA BURGUESÍA

Argentina, 31.05.2015 22:50

Triunfo de los obreros aceiteros: 36% de aumento a los salarios



Protesters Converge on Nestlé Bottling Plants in Sacramento and LA

San Francisco Bay Area, 31.05.2015 22:48

The outrage over the bottling of California water by Nestlé, Walmart and other big corporations during a record drought has grown over the past couple of months. On May 20, people from across the state converged on two Nestlé bottling plants — one in Sacramento and the other in Los Angeles — demanding that the Swiss-based Nestlé corporation halt its bottling operations. The protest was the third in Sacramento over the past year.



Political Disobedience

Portland, 30.05.2015 22:50

"Crisis children" can't find a job despite study, four foreign languages and four hundred applications. They are the house cleaners, hair stylists and nurses without their own health insurance who earn one-thousandth what atop manager rakes in. Youth unemployment has reached unbearable levels in Greece and Spain. The top one percent of Americans earns a quarter of the total income and owns half of all securities and national wealth.

POLITICAL DISOBEDIENCE
Rage Grows with its Challenges [...]

THE IDIOTS WITHDRAW INTO THEIR SHELLS
The danger is withdrawal into the private, not falling voter turnout [...]

[translated from the German on the Internet.]



Direct Action Everywhere May Day of Action

San Francisco Bay Area, 29.05.2015 22:50

The animal rights activist group Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) held their May Day of action in downtown San Francisco on May 23. Approximately 100 activists took the message to a Whole Foods Store in downtown SF, to a food court inside the Westfield shopping center, and to Union Square. Approximately 100 activists took the message to a Whole Foods Store in downtown SF, to a food court inside the Westfield shopping center, and to Union Square.



Statewide Actions to End Solitary Confinement Grow in Third Month

Santa Cruz, CA, 28.05.2015 22:48

On May 23, families and loved ones of people in solitary confinement, and advocates from community organizations, held the third Statewide Coordinated Actions To End Solitary Confinement (SCATESC) throughout California. In Santa Cruz, about 25 people rallied at the entrance to the Municipal Wharf, where locals and tourists found two large banners, storyboards exposing the realities of solitary confinement, signs, and a variety of educational literature about solitary confinement in Santa Cruz and California.



35th Anniversary of Food Not Bombs

Santa Cruz, CA, 28.05.2015 22:48

On May 24, the 35th anniversary of Food Not Bombs was marked with a six hour party in Santa Cruz. Those needing nourishment were greeted with live music and an especially celebratory atmosphere, in addition to free food, a free market, and a variety of other free services.



Demonstrators Arrested in Support of City Workers at Santa Cruz Council Meeting

Santa Cruz, CA, 28.05.2015 22:48

After seven years of stagnant wages, city workers who have been economically shut out of Santa Cruz marched from the Town Clock to City Hall on May 26 to hand-deliver a letter from the community to the City Council, demanding a response to the need for a living wage, affordable housing and community investment for all. Seven demonstrators were arrested after they locked arms and refused to leave Council Chambers.



Анархия в военно-морском флоте

Belarus, 28.05.2015 22:21

В прошлом время от времени мне приходилось слышать на публичных встречах критику в сторону социализма и анархизма с приведением примера управления кораблем в качестве аргумента против принципов либертарной организации и отсутствия иерархии. Утверждалось, что было бы невозможно управлять большим океанским судном без сколько-нибудь иерархической структуры команды. “Ни один корабль не может пересекать моря без капитана” – так мне говорили. И на уровне теории несколько сторонников социализма и коммунизма поддерживали подобную точку зрения.

В своем эссе Об Авторитете1 Фридрих Энгельс утверждает достаточно категорично:
“Но необходимость власти и, тем более, непоколебимость власти нигде не может быть более очевидной, чем на борту корабля в открытом море. Там, во время опасности, жизни всех зависят от мгновенного и абсолютного подчинения всех воле одного”.

И даже Уильям Моррис в своем эссе Коммунизм отмечает:
“Антисоциалист сказал бы: "Как вы собираетесь управлять кораблем…



Тунеядцы повсюду!

Belarus, 28.05.2015 22:21

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Вчера наша страна процветала. Цены на нефть в России были стабильными и беларуское правительство наслаждалось этим не меньше российского. Масштабы были, конечно, не те, но счастье было на всех. Беларуская экономика выживала за счет российских нефтедолларов многие годы и могло казаться, что беларускому экономическому чуду нет конца. Однако ситуация кардинально поменялась, когда у большого соседа начались собственные проблемы в экономике. Поток нефтедолларов уменьшился, проблемы в торговле расцвели огромными букетами и дамба рухнула. Теперь уже о беларуском чуде забыли и говорят о полномасштабном кризисе. Согласны с этим даже чиновники и сам президент. Иначе объяснить последние ходы в направлении криминализации населения невозможно.



Referendum Suspends Ban on Medical Cannabis Cultivation in Santa Cruz County

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.05.2015 22:35

The first successful Santa Cruz County referendum in 13 years has suspended an ordinance adopted by the County Board of Supervisors to ban all commercial cannabis cultivation. The ban was adopted on April 14, and was to go into effect on May 15. Responsible Cultivation Santa Cruz (RCSC) circulated the referendum and after only 21 days filed 11,210 signatures with the county. 7,248 valid signatures are required to qualify the referendum for the ballot.



Big Oil Trashes California Coast

San Francisco Bay Area, 27.05.2015 22:35

A local citizen first reported an oil spill coming from a leak in the pipeline at Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara at around noon on May 19. Coast Guard crews stopped the oil leak by 3 p.m., but as much as 105,000 gallons was released, with tens of thousands of gallons going into the ocean. The company that owns the pipeline involved in the spill has had 175 incidents (mostly oil spills) nationwide since 2006, including 11 in California, according to a Center for Biological Diversity analysis of federal documents.



¿EL SINDICALISMO KIRCHNERISTA BUSCA UN NUEVO MARIANO FERREYRA?

Argentina, 25.05.2015 22:50

Hieren con un cuter a trabajador de Lear reincorporado



Demonstrators Parade Down Embarcadero and Say No to Monsanto

San Francisco Bay Area, 25.05.2015 22:48

The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer announced just two months ago that glyphosate, a key ingredient in Monsanto's pesticide RoundUp, is probably carcinogenic to humans. The time was ripe to demand a ban on the herbicide with protests internationally on May 23. In San Francisco, many demonstrators dressed as bees and butterflies, while others portrayed mutated evil Monsanto managers.



¿EL SINDICALISMO KIRCHNERISTA BUSCA UN NUEVO MARIANO FERREYRA?

Argentina, 24.05.2015 22:51

Hieren con un cuter a trabajador de Lear reincorporado



“No se atrevan a tocar nuestras semillas”

Argentina, 23.05.2015 22:50

Nueva jornada mundial de lucha contra Monsanto



“No se atrevan a tocar nuestras semillas”

Argentina, 23.05.2015 22:50

Nueva jornada mundial de lucha contra Monsanto




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